“Al-Jazeera” – Ahmed al-Hajjaj:
Mr Ibrahim Abdullah Al-Rashoud, a member of the Al-Oruba club’s board of directors, revealed the first team’s preparations for next season in the Yellow League, where the team will set up an outstation camp in the Arab Republic. of Egypt, during which they would play friendly matches with Egyptian clubs, and the camp would last approximately two weeks. Portuguese Joaquim Machado with his coaching staff, as well as the club’s management signed contracts with several foreign players, led by Lebanese goalkeeper Mustafa Matar, to oversee Al-Jouf’s glory for the 2022–2023 playing season. K Diego Silva and Brazilian striker Tiago Bejera did the refurbishment, along with Brazilian defender Filipe and Brazilian striker Ryan.
Al-Rashoud concluded by saying that the next season of the Yellow League will be an exciting competition between the league teams for promotion, as 4 teams from the Yellow League clubs will advance to the Prince Mohammed bin Salman Professional League.
It is worth noting that Al-Ahli’s relegation to the Yellow League would ignite the competition and highlight the league.